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FOX
Aug 16, 2012 11:00pm EDT
: it works for some of us. >> kenny: no mullet, i guess. dominique davis. his first pass is caught by lamar brown. tony, tell me a little about dominique, rookie out of east carolina who spent his freshman season with matt ryan at boston college. >> i have been pleasantly surpris he's got a great arm. obviously, he can move around in that pocket really well, and he's picking up the offense. he had the whole off-season to do it, but he's coming to camp looking really, really strong. he's making a big push for that third quarterback on the team. maybe even second. >> kenny: penalty marker as davis is out of bounds on the 48. >> tony: we were having a nice discussion, me and tony, during the break there, guys. and you can chime in anytime. tony was talking about when you think this might be the last year you start enjoying it a little more. and i was telling him about the little things that you missed. because in this sport that we've chosen you play it for me 12 years and 10 years, however long you play. and all the little things. just putting your helmet on. or the way you put your shoulder
FOX
Aug 16, 2012 8:00pm PDT
sweet. >> tony: it works for some of us. >> kenny: no mullet, i guess. dominique davis. his first pass is caught by lamar brown. tony, tell me a little about dominique, rookie out of east carolina who spent his freshman season with matt ryan at boston college. >> i have been pleasantly surprised. he's got a great arm. obviously, he can move around in that pocket really well, and he's picking up the offense. he had the whole off-season to do it, but he's coming to camp looking really, really strong. he's making a big push for that third quarterback on the team. maybe even second. >> kenny: penalty marker as davis is out of bounds on the 48. >> tony: we were having a nice discussion, me and tony, during the break there, guys. and you can chime in anytime. tony was talking about when you think this might be the last year you start enjoying it a little more. and i was telling him about the little things that you missed. because in this sport that we've chosen you play it for me 12 years and 10 years, however long you play. and all the little things. just putting your helmet on. or the way
FOX
Aug 16, 2012 11:00pm EDT
guess. dominique davis. his first pass is caught by lamar brown. tony, tell me a little about dominique, rookie out of east carolina who spent his freshman season with matt ryan at boston college. >> i have been pleasantly surprised. he's got a great arm. obviously, he can move around in that pocket really well, and he's picking up the offense. he had the whole off-season to do it, but he's coming to camp looking really, really strong. he's making a big push for that third quarterback on the team. maybe even second. >> kenny: penalty marker as davis is out of bounds on the 48. >> tony: we were having a nice discussion, me and tony, during the break there, guys. and yocan chime in anytime. tony was talking about when you think this might be the last year you start enjoying it a little more. and i was telling him about the little things that you missed. because in this sport that we've chosen you play it for me 12 yea and 10 years, however long you play. and all the little things. just putting your helmet on. or the way you put your shoulder pads on. those things you never get to do again
FOX News
Aug 7, 2012 1:00am PDT
obama sought advice from frank marshall davis a member of the communist party. the president chronicles his association with mr. davis in his own book dreams from my father. well, now there is a new book, the communist, frank marshall davis, the untold story of barack obama's mentor. joining us now from pittsburgh, the author of the book dr. paul kengor who teaches political science at grove city college. mr. obama never said davis was his money tore, david. you use the word in your book title, why? >> i think he was clear laymen tore, bill. he refers to him 22 times by the name frank alone in his memoirs, dozens of more times pronounce. he is in literally every section of the memoirs. not just the first part in hawaii but obama mentions him when he gets to europe, africa, when obama gets to chicago, the first thick he does is he visualizes frank marshall davis. ironically it was davis himself who found himself professionally and politically in chicago just like obama did. so, i mean, i'm an historian and cold war historian. i have done books as figures as diverse as ronald reagan and h
WNUV
Aug 25, 2012 12:30am EDT
forecast... tony? tonyy chris davis unleashes his power on the blue jays...see how many home runs he hit at camden yards... that's all for the late ...3 edition... i'm jeff barnd... joel d smith is here with sports unlimited... joel? joel? 3 3 3 3 the orioles sent out playoff invoices this week for the ready to party like its 1997? well tonight something happened for an oriole that hasn't happened since 1980!!! 3 bottom of the 2nd...birds trail 1-0...chris davis changes that...moonshot to right...66th ball to reach eutaw street...look where it landed...28th by an oriole... ties the game....bottom of thee 4th...davis up again...another bomb...this one to right center...2nd homer of the game...gives the o's a 2-1 lead....his next at-bat in thee 6th...davis gives the fans in left a souvenir...3rd homer of the game...23rd of the season...first oriole to jack 3 dingers since nnik markakis in '06...first time a bird did it against the blue jays since eddie murray back in 19-80... davis gets a curtain call... o's up 5-1....top of the 7th... rajai davis doubles down the left field line with 2 ou
FOX Business
Aug 29, 2012 12:00am EDT
york times best selling book, the communist. frank marshall davis, the untold story of barack obama's mentor. the book, by the way, i want to congratulate you, debuting on number nine on the new york times best selling last. that is terrific. i want to read turn to frank marshall davis. the president does refer to his mentor in his book. yet you say that no one has really examined before you do in some considerable detail in this book just to he was and what role he played in the president's devolution, if you will. >> that's right. the president refers to frank marshall davis 22 times in his memoirs. although, never one time of all those 22 mensa's to see give his full name. he refers to him only as frank. at think that is because he knew just how radical this association was. i mean, he knew that the gap played a very strong influence in his life. clearly, i believe, a mature relationship, but he also knew that this was a man. everyone knew that frank marshall davis was a well-known communist. he had been called to washington in december 1956 before the senate judiciary commit
FOX News
Aug 17, 2012 5:00pm PDT
advice from a man named frank marshall davis, a member of the communist party. the president talks about his meetings with frank in his own book "dreams from my father." bill recently sat down with the author of a new book "the communist." frank marshall davis, the untold story of barak obama's manipulator. >> now, mr. obama has never said davis was his mentor, doctor. yet he used the word in your book title. why? >> yeah. i think he was clearly a mentor, bill. he refers to him 22 times by the name frank alone in his memoirs, dozens of more times via pronons, other forms of reference. he's in literally every section of the memoir. not just the first part in hawaii, but obama mentions him when he gets to europe, africa, when obama gets to chicago, the first thing he does is visualizes frank marshall davis. ironically it was davis himself who found himself professionally examine politically in chicago like obama did. so i mean, i'm an historian, i'm a cold war historian. i've done books on figures as diverse as ronald reagan and hillary clinton. ronald reagan's mentor, ben cleaner, isn't m
FOX
Aug 18, 2012 11:15pm EDT
davis changes that. he takes jackson deep to left. his 22nd homer of the year. that was the one mistake from jackson who strikes out andres torres. bottom 8th, bryce harper comes in as a pinch hitter, but he doesn't do a whole lot. bryce harper pops out to center. a final chance for the nats. adam laroche chops it to first and the nationals are shut out for the first time since july 21. they have a four-game lead over atlanta in the nl east. here is johnson. >> he had a good slider and curve ball. he had -- his best pitch was his moving fastball. it was throwing hard, and it was a better sinker than i've seen all yearlong. i mean, the good left-handed hitters, contact hitters were swinging right over it. >> that was davey on edwin jackson. meanwhile, the orioles taking on the tigers. bottom 1st, bases full of tigers. ground into the 6-4-3 double play. just like the nationals did for defensive battle. two on for the tigers. the orioles are still scoreless in the 6th. let's go to the top of the 7th. thank goodness for chris davis. he finally gets something going. davis goes to left fi
SFGTV2
Aug 6, 2012 10:30pm PDT
the matthew tobriener award for public service to belva davis. this award was named in honor of our legendary california supreme court justice matthew o'tobreaner and serves to annually recognize individuals who have strived to ensure that justice for those who are most vulnerable among us is had. the late justice matthew tobreaner was revered as a legal scholar and humanitarian who did not hesitate to speak out on behalf of the disadvantaged and marginalized individuals. in fact, he expressed some time ago the very fundamental principle, whatever hardship poverty may cause in society generally, the judicial process must make itself available to the indigent. it must free itself of the sanctions born of financial inability. and it is that principle that is the foundation of this award. and so a memory of justice -- and i want to give a shout out to michael and the tobreaner for working so well since 2000 on collaborating on the meaning of this award. it has been an award that pays tributes to individuals who have made extraordinary efforts to assist the most vulnerable members of our communit
ABC
Aug 21, 2012 11:35pm PDT
it a vast and sometimes deadly. linsey davis and our producer alex waterfield, journey to the far north, just getting there was an adventure of its own. >> reporter: it's in the middle of the night, in the middle of nowhere in one of the most inhospitable places in the world. aside from my guys, i'm all alone. the wind is punishing. the only thing my iphone is good for is taking video. >> this location is so remote, we've had to take three planes. and now we're into our third hour of getting pulled by a snowmobile. >> i can't see much on the phone. my three guides are nice but they're not exactly inspiring confidence right now. what happened? >> yeah, well, it's broken. >> reporter: we're now down to one snowmobile. we just left it back out on the ice, and if that wasn't bad enough -- are we lost? >> we are. >> reporter: i think he's jobing, but this does not bode well. we're deep inside the arctic circle on baffin island. it's bigger than california but with only 11,000 inhabitants, it's not the kind of place you can stop to ask for directions. but this is the price of admission for on
CBS
Aug 6, 2012 12:00pm EDT
. >> nine years ago james davis was homeless and depressed after a job loss and divorce. while staying in a homeless shelter, he was approached by founders of street sense, and they suggested that he should sell a newspaper. >> it's more people buying for the support of the vendor, the personnelling the paper-- >> person selling the paper. >> street sense sells the newspaper to vendors for 35 cents each. the vendors charge readers $1 and they keep 65 cents. >> i did pretty good. i averaged about maybe selling about a thousand papers a month. >> readers of the newspaper find stories on the homeless, area politics and even poetry. >> you become part of the community once you go out there and sell a paper. once you good known -- once you become known to the people you sell the paper, you're a customer base. they get to know your name. you get to know their name. >> a ritz camera manager remembered davis so when an employee quit, the manager offered davis the job. >> in some respect wes see this as an alternative to pan handling. >> reporter: the director brian says selling newspapers give
CSPAN
Aug 13, 2012 8:00am EDT
davis has pleaded to two out of the four counts. sabu who was outed as being late '20s man from new york, lower east side named hector, has pleaded guilty to the charges against him and he has yet to be sentenced. >> how were they arrested? who was arrested first? talk about that. >> the first person to be arrested was sabu. he was the charismatic figure, the when people looked up to, almost older brother within lulzsec. could be a aggressive and was known to tell people off from time to time, very hot headed from time to time if you got on the wrong side of them. he was the first to be arrested on june 6, 2011. really right in the middle of the lulzsec hacking spree. and he kind of went off-line for about 24, 36 hours and everybody on the chat rooms, private chat rooms he had been frequenting were very worried. i remember him telling at the time he was very worried about whether he had been arrested or not. didn't sabu came back online and said that everything was fine and, in fact, his grandmother had died and who's going to be off-line for a few more days to deal with funeral arrangem
FOX
Aug 31, 2012 5:00pm EDT
romney officially became the pominee.jennifer davis tells us about their trip to 2 swing . states. ((on cm toss)) no rest for the republican presidential nominee.... mitttromney takes his message on the road and schedules a last minute visit to storm (take pkg)romney says: "what - a welcome, whht a send off!", the romney/ryan ticket bids farewell to the republican natiin convention... romney says: "i need to a elected the nnxt president of the united states." the ticket splitting apart with mitt romney in new orleann to meet with state and local leaders dealing with the aftermath of hurricane isaac. paul ryan heading to the swing state of virginia. &p(nats onvention) but thursday iggt it was mitt's moment... romney formally accepting his party's nomination and focusing on the short-comings he sees with the obama administration.. romney says: "his policies have not helped create jobs, they have depressed them. /// the president's entire re-election campaign is attacking success. is it any wonder that someone who attacks success has led the worst economic
ABC
Aug 1, 2012 6:00pm EDT
trent williams and fred davis were suspended the last four games of the season last year? they have been saying the right things and doing what they are supposed to do. on the field they have been balling. rgiii seems like he of sterling to davis. those guys need to do it over time. -- he likes it throwing to davis. >>jarvis jenkins was a huge pickup last year drafted out of clemson. he tore his a see l in a preseason game and was out the entire season rehabing. -- acl and was out the entire season rehabing. credits his defensive line teammates for helping him get through the process. he saw advice from a very influential person in his life on how to get back to form. >> i was talking to my dad who tell me adversity gets you stronger. i focused on my rehab and got real healthy so i will never enter it again. >> he is chomping at the bit to get back on the field and hit somebody again. expect to see him have a lot of playing time this season. >> let's go to baseball. the national's play the phillies again tonight. as we start the month of august, the paris really becomes an attention gett
ABC
Aug 16, 2012 6:00pm EDT
victory. former alabama congressmen davis will speak at the republican national convention. he was a prominent speaker at the 2008 democratic national convention. other gop convention speakers announced today include bob mcdonnell and louisiana governor bobby jindal. >> the fight over granting asylum to assange has spilled into the streets. >> you have no right to arrest julinan assange. >> he has been held up inside hiding from american and swedish authorities. he is accused of leaking classified american documents and also is accused of sex crimes in sweden. ecuador is offering asylum, but the british will allow him safe passage of the united kingdom. >> vincent gray says a newly appointed task force will look at increasing the number of underground power lines and enter the district. the storms that started with the derachio in late june knocked out power for residents. many residents were without electricity for five days and more. >> how much is the cost of food for example that people lose every time there is one of these outages? madison. the cost of having to stay somew
CBS
Aug 18, 2012 7:30pm EDT
they heard it. offensive biden's words were taken. congressman arthur davis of alabama was a former co-chair of barack obama's 2008 presidential campaign four years ago. representative davis switched from the democratic party to the republican party in may. three months ago. davis says vice president biden's remarks are an insult to african-americans. in fact, he says that the words propagated quote-unquote racial viciousness. >> i know what joe biden was doing yesterday. and every black person in that room knew who the "ya'll" was, they knew what the chains were about, they knew what the metaphor was. >> on wednesday, one day later, the vice president tried to smooth out the contra top. >> the last time these guys unshackled the economy, to use their term, they put the middle class in shackles. >> the vice president added this. >> i know i am sometimes criticized for saying exactly what i mean. [ laughter ] >> it is not going to change. >> when president obama was asked about the matter, he said that what was important was the content of his vice president's message. not the words use
CSPAN
Aug 13, 2012 8:00pm EDT
not guilty to all charges against him whereas j. davis has pledged to two out of the four counts. sabu, who was ousted as being a late 20's man from new york, lower east side named hector month cigar has pled guilty to the charges against him and has yet to be sentenced. >> how were they arrested, who was arrested first? talk about that. >> the first person to be arrested was sabu. he was the charismatic figure, the one that people looked up to, almost the older brother within lulzsec. could be aggressive and was known to tell people off from time to time. very hot headed sometimes. if you got on the wrong side of him. he was the first to be arrested on june 6, 2011. really right at the pivot of the lulzsec packing spree. he went offline for 24, 36 hours, and everybody on the chat room, the private tax from she had been frequenting were worried. topiary was worried. i remember him telling me that he was worried about whether sabu had been arrested or not. and then sabu came back on line and said that everything was fine and, in fact, his grandmother had died and he was born to be offline fo
CNBC
Aug 17, 2012 7:00pm EDT
congressman and obama nomine tor archer davis. he tells us why he's not only left the fold of the democrats to become a republican, but how he's getting a headline role at the republican national convention a week away. out's a conversion. i call it an kpexorcism. here now with the latest, cnbc contributor, robert costa of the national review. i'm sure you know the story of the scorpion and the frog. if romney releases five years of tax returns he's the frog. will the scorpion of team obama not sting him to death? >> it's an apt analogy. we saw a schoolyard taunt from chicago. obama's campaign manager sent a letter to boston asking governor romney please to release five years of tax returns and they will never mention them again. they got a quick response which said, no thanks. we have 80 days before the election. we are done talking about tax returns. you can keep talking about it. they resisted the bait. that's for sure. >> paul ryan put out one or two years today? >> just like mitt romney paul ryan is putting out 2010 and 2011. >> you think the issue is dead. that there won't be play, ro
CW
Jul 31, 2012 10:00pm PDT
to the four figures this for using a popular neighborhood shortcut. >>> thousands of bay area workers. the uc-davis police officer back in the news tonight. a livermore woman is fighting its a good bet she it bought recently as she crossed the railroad tracks at then ventura avenue on floods and you won't believe how much it cost her. $6,000. trespassing our property. >>> and mother of three across the road tracks near her home on her lunch break. >>> are there and across this way to get home in the short cut for many people and even though it occurred just two seconds across the track a union pacific officers stopped her and her tracks and slapped her with a tickets. it just so happens to be june 7th for the international trend say today. >>> that wasn't throwing rocks at the train i wasn't throwing myself on the tracks i wasn't loitering when she showed up and course to shocks from a judge issued the fine $6,000. laura wasn't decided for causing the train tracks she was cited for trespassing and a lot of people in this neighborhood crossover the tracks to get to the grocery store as a sharp cu
CBS
Aug 13, 2012 4:30pm PDT
denver to oakland, dennis allen is the face of the new post al davis era >> we understand we are expected to win >> carcinoma returns to oakland for a full season giving the raiders their most accomplish quarterback since rich gannon. homer and the raiders take the field tonight on cbs five. >> the countdown to the raiders preseason is under way. in less than 30 minutes the raiders and the cowboys open their 2012 season. the raiders have not been to the playoffs since their super bowl run in 2002. dallas has been there once in the last four years. it is the beginning of another raider football season and will take you right up to the kickoff at 5:00 and i think all eyes are probably on a dare and mcfadden, the critical piece of that offensive puzzle >> he was such a catalyst last year and when he was helping it was a completely different offense. if he can stay healthy they will have a great offensive season. >> it will need to score a lot of points to make up for what could be a very difficult season for the defense. before we get to football, to wildfires are burning in lake county. all
FOX
Aug 9, 2012 5:00pm EDT
davis has a campaign wrap-up from washington. washington. the president is spending a second day in colorado in the face of polls that show him lagging behind mitt romney by five percentage points in that key battleground state. in grand junction he worked to appeal to working class voters by stressing his economic policies -- while focusing on fairness and jobs. obama says: "governor romney and i have a different theory. he spent his private sector experience investing in companies that were called "pioneers" of outsourcing. i want to insource." earlier in denver - he courted female voters who helped him win the white house in 2008 -- by stressing how his healthcare law benefits them. schoen says: "the obama campaign is focused on women in general and single women in particular and using healthcare, access to contraceppion, and obamacare even to make the case that women are at risk if you go back as he says to the 1950's." women are a critical voting bloc. wednesday romney's campaign unveiled its 'women for mitt' coalition - led by the candidate's wife, ann.
FOX
Aug 29, 2012 5:00pm EDT
presidential nomination. jennifer davis has more from tampa. tampa.:16 - :20 tampa, fl:16 - :23 gov. chris christie / (r-nj):34 - :39 janna ryan :52 - :56 ann romney1:15 - 1:21 rudy giuliann / former new york mayor:00 - :15, 1:22 - 1:32 jennifer davis / fox news correspondent / tampa, fl (on cam lead and tag) 3&on cam lead) foreign policy will be one of tonight's themes as senator john mccain and condaleezza ricc address delegates. but tonight will be paul ryan's night as the vice presidential candidate introduces himself to the is the american way. we have never been victims of destinyy we have always been masters off our own." new jersey governor chris christie riled the crowd up with his key-note speech tuesday night. and toniiht - it's congressman paul ryan's turn as he accepts 3 the nomination as the g-o-p's vice presidential candidate. ryan says: "it is a tremendous honor to be on america's comeback team with yyu!" ryan's wife janna -- along with ann romney -- attending a "women for romney" breakfastt &pthis morning. with mitt romney traili
FOX
Aug 31, 2012 5:30pm EDT
to go." davis sayss"because we thought the worst of the storm was over but at some point last night as you're aware the storm turned and we started to get a lot of rain and the flood waters started coming back on us usmississippi governor phil bryant discussing the fate of a dam. in order to eaae pressure .. crews pumped out about a foot of water .. but residents near the river are being asked to leave their homes ... just in case the waters rise. the 9-1-1 calls from the howard county train derailment have been released. two women were killed in the crash, something... it appears... witnesses were unaware of... kathleen cairns has some other new developments on this very tragic story there is new feecing,,to stop people from getting onto the tracks in old ellicott city. pollce patrolsshave also been increased to prevvnt trespassing. 3 howard county police were in-undated with 9-1-1- calls when the train derailed in the middle of the night last week. 9-thousand tons of coal spilled when the cars derailee. witnesses were quick to tell dispatchers about the damage from the
NBC
Aug 18, 2012 11:00pm EDT
are in and we have a bunch of guys that can play very well. fred davis did a great job last year and i think he will have a great season. we moved niles over to tight end and he is a very, very physical play and that is a tremendous asset for him. in tight end he is completely adequate at that position. i'm trying o help these guys and find my niche. what am guying to be, what affect will i have on this team, and i think it's fun because there is just so much going on, and so much we can do offensively. another thing you see is all of these receivers making plays. being on the field on this team is tough right now. >> antwaan: there you it from chris cooley the player and the coach. >> kevin: niles paul just caught a bullet. >> joe: he looks much more comfortable than last week, he is running well and getting up the field a bit more. >> kevin: it was a nine yard reception, the official on the other field marked it at a 14 yard reception, but it was only nine, we were fooled. paulson makes his third reception, brought down by williams, a six yard pick up and a first down. >> joe: chris summers r
FOX News
Aug 29, 2012 2:00pm PDT
. he had a fantastic speech. arturo davis. mia love. >> bob: republicans need to get rid of that. >> greg: we got to go. coming up, can you get it from barack obama -- all right. the g.o.p. may have the next big star after a new face delivers a rousing speech last night. >> this is our story. this is our america. this is the america we know because we built it. [ applause ] >> greg: what is not to love about mia love? if you leave now, danl eat a chipmunk. ♪ ♪ >>> we know what it takes to be president. no doubt in our mind that mitt romney will be a great president. >> he is a good man. >> i hope that all the people at the convention work really, really hard. because i think the romneys are prepared. i think ann romney will be great. i think mitt romney will do a fabulous job. >> gives us a chance to thank everybody gathered in tampa. and send our very best wishes to everybody at the convention. >> dana: that is a special sneak peek at a video that will run in full from two former presidents. my former boss. two former first ladies. four republicans who led many conventions a
FOX News
Aug 26, 2012 5:00pm PDT
.o.p. nomination. former democratic congressman archer davis why he's now a republican stumping for the romney-ryan ticket and also tonight. florida attorney general pam bondy and the evangelicals in the general election. ♪ >> welcome to huckabee. now, we are live from tampa, florida where tropical storm isaac has caused republican national convenes organizers to cancel the monday night session and of course revise the schedule. over of the course of the next four days, the republican party is going to formally nominate mitt romney as candidate for president. there's going to be the usual, red, white and blue balloons, funny hats worn by otherwise perfectly normal people. patriotic music and bands and stickers, and long lines of people, waiting to get in, get out. eat, and just wait and this year dodging bad weather. the purpose of the elaborate staging and coordinated programming is to convince americans that president obama has pitched all the game he can and it's time to call mitt romney out of the bullpen, on to the mound and get us out of this. and to hear my stem winder of a speech on
MSNBC
Aug 2, 2012 6:00pm PDT
hired her name is michelle davis. she is something from the george w. bush administration. and that is always problematic. you do not want to remind america of the george w. bush administration or brag on how many people you are bringing over from that administration to what you're promising for the future. she was also in the exact wrong part of the bush administration during the exact wrong time period in terms of the politics. michele davis was the right hand woman to the treasury secretary while the economy was falling off a cliff at the end of the bush administration and when they came up with t.a.r.p., the big bailout. in the bush administration she was part architect and spin doctor for selling the bailout. selling t.a.r.p. so much so that in the movie about the bailout, the too big to fail movie, a famous actor portrays her. cynthia nixon plays her. neat. that's a liability. that's a problem. from the transition from the bush administration to the obama administration, michele davis is on record saying she was pleased with the new choice for treasury secretary to s
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